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2006年09月24日 (03:38)

Why many taiwanases are there in France?

One day, I talked with colleagues that chinese restaurants are actually Taiwanese ones because they prepare menus for Taiwanese dishes together with typical Chinese ones (this is true, but now I do not know the Chinise town in Paris is a real Chinese or Taiwanese).

One of my colleagues said that so many Taiwanese live in France because Taiwan was a plantation of France once. So, they now immigrate to France. I had no knowledge about French history, so that I accepted his words since Algeria is a good example for such a history. Once they were the side to be occupied, but now they are at the side to immigrate.

But, I could find no description about it on web (e.g. Wiki) when I started this blog entry.

Something strange...??


At least, as a fact, there are so many immigrants from Taiwan in France. Thus, the 2nd generation of them reach at working age, and indeed people having French nationality but originally from Taiwan work as researchers. They speak French so fluently since they are educated in France, French people accept it naturally without any bias (at least for me, it seems to be what I say).

Recently, I bought an used table from a Chinese or Taiwanese girl, who got the Ph.D. in the last June and looks for a job in France. When I and a French guy (who is the husband of my colleague) visited at her to take the table, she spoke French with the French guy while she preferred English first. The French guy was so impressed at her speaking was so naturally and soon concluded that she must be educated in France. This is the most probable conclusion for French people, meaning it is natural for French people that so many Chinese/Taiwanese origin people are now live in France as French.

Well, but, the first question is not addressed. Taiwan was a plantation of France once?? Probably, no.
But the colleague who told it to me is so intelligent that it is hard for me to believe he was wrong (I might misunderstand what he said, but not so complicate conversation in this case...).


I met a Taiwanese guy today, for he was a classmate of the French course that started today. He is a Ph.D student studying the organic chemistry. When I met him at first contact, I immediately realized he is a well educated person and imagined he might a researcher, too. He speaks English but doesn't French. So, we had a sympathy each other (it is a pity little bit...). Probably, we become good friends soon, and I will get an occasion to ask the actual history of Taiwan in the near future (of course, Japan should be related to it, so this may be a delicate topic in some cases).


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